In case you are injured and your property is damaged due to a car accident and it was not your fault, you can make an injury claim from the insurance company of the liable party. Without losing any time you must inform about the accident and your injury to the insurance company of the party at fault.
Before going ahead you should have information regarding the process from filing the claim to getting compensation. There may be dollar limit and strict rules about suing options for personal injury claims. In fault-based system, you coordinate with the insurance firm of the party at fault, whether it is partially or complete at fault for the accident. In no-fault system, you work with your own insurance firm under Personal Injury Protection (PIP) on your own policy. Suing the responsible person or company for the accident can be done generally in case of severe injuries or casualty.
The next step is working with a Claims Adjuster who is responsible for handling your injury claim for compensation. His job is to determine the worth of the personal injury claim with the help of the information he will gather from you in the form of statement recordings for case facts, your injury details, and damage caused to the vehicle. When this claim gets to the insurance company, you must furnish documented proof to strengthen your claim. The required document can range from proof of missed work time, records of income-tax filing for self-employed people, or other such expenses.
You will need to sign an authorization form to give the insurance firm access to your medical bills and records from your healthcare providers to get compensation for your medical bills. Caution must be exercised to let them get only relevant medical information about you. To get detailed information about the proceedings, consulting an experienced attorney can be helpful.